Andy Price

Architects – ‘The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit’ review: hulking riffs and killer hooks

Architects prove they still are metalcore overlords with their tenth album, 'The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit'

Muse – ‘Will Of The People’ review: modern anxieties, and their best music in years

The band ditch trend-chasing to focus on politicised, guitar-oriented brutality

Pale Waves – ‘Unwanted’ review: pop-punk-indebted rock that pushes the boundaries

The four-piece delve into the past to forge boldly ahead

Black Midi – ‘Hellfire’ review: intense first-person narratives fuel a genre-gnarling thrill ride

Building on the dynamic intensity of 2021's ‘Cavalcade’, the UK trio's third album further expands their intrepid musical universe

Jessica Curry on soundtracking ‘Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture’’s poignant exploration of loss

The woman behind one of gaming’s most evocative scores, Jessica Curry reflects on conjuring the melancholy magic of 'Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture'’s BAFTA-winning soundtrack

How the David Bowie-starring ‘The Nomad Soul’ imagined the idea of an open world

Bowie's contributions to 'The Nomad Soul' would later turn up on 'Hours'

How ‘Thief: The Dark Project’ sidelined action in favour of shadow-clinging tension

Eliciting genuine fear and unprecedented immersion, Thief: The Dark Project established a stealthier take on the FPS mould, while also spinning an engrossing gaslamp fantasy

The Avalanches – ‘We Will Always Love You’ review: frontier psychiatrists get back in the saddle

The production duo narrow the gap between releases on their third album in two decades